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Dig a LITTLE DEEPER ~ THEI Archive “Surveillance on American Citizens”
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Published on Nov 11, 2013
Over the weekend, hundreds of people across California took to the streets demanding justice for victims of police brutality. The emotional marches were sparked by the killing of 13-year-old Andy Lopez last month. Lopez was shot and killed by Sonoma County Deputy Erick Gelhaus on October 22.
Dig a LITTLE DEEPER ~ THEI Archive “Anti-Gun Propaganda Targeting Kids”
Featured Image: Brownsville, Texas – Matamoros, Mexico Border Crossing. CREDIT: Dennis Crenshaw.
President Obama‘s failing gun control campaign peppered the air waves with the slogan “If we can save just one life.” However, when it comes to the estimated 17,000 annual deaths from illegal drugs flowing over our porous southern border with Mexico, the President is remarkably silent. President Obama’s four years of border control failures have led to the deaths of tens of thousands of American men, women and children.
The President does not have the legal power to legislate gun control for any purpose even if it sounds honorable. However, Obama does have a legal obligation to protect American citizens and secure the US borders. Since Obama took office, Mexican drug cartels have moved record loads of illegal drugs, relatively unencumbered, across the US southern border. The current year’s data is not available, but based upon 2010 data; these trafficked drugs have killed over twice as many Americans (over 17,000) as those taken in firearm homicides (8036). In fact, in 2010 there were more illicit drug use deaths in America then accidental non-lethal firearms shootings. . . . Read Complete Report
I’ve heard of schools being in lockdown, but never whole cities—certainly not a city the size of Boston. And yet it happened yesterday.
It happened because of a series of events set in motion on Patriot’s Day—the bombing of the Boston Marathon.
“Patriot’s Day (or Patriots’ Day) commemorates the battles of Lexington and Concord, which were fought near Boston in 1775. Patriot’s Day is annually held on the third Monday of April. It should not be confused with Patriot Day, held on September 11 to mark the anniversary of terrorist attacks in the USA in 2001.” . . . Read Complete Report
Published on Mar 31, 2013
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From Mary Jane Washington
Posted by Bud Wilton on December 6, 2012
On December 6, 2012 hundreds of people fired up their marijuana devices under the Space Needle as a handful of disinterested Seattle cops stood by. Smoking pot is now legal here – but the new law is not aboutsmoking marijuana. It’s about having the freedom to do so, without worrying about getting thrown in jail. As of today very person who walks over the border into Washington or is lucky enough to already be here has that right.
And how the Feds will react is anybody’s guess. Remember that last ridiculous prohibition we suffered through – the one on alcohol? During that insane era “medical” liquor was being sold by every drugstore in the country to perfectly healthy people – much the same way in which medical pot is being marketed now. A scam designed to drain the public treasury so that gangsters could get rich. And then the States starting repealing the law, and the Federal government finally gave in. . . . Read Complete Report
To all of the Veterans of the United States wars who have given their all,
so we at home could enjoy the fruits of our labor, and the freedoms we are letting slip through our fingers…
And to those heroes who returned to us missing limbs, blind and mentally burned out,
to inadequate medical and mental help and sometimes even end up living on the streets, or worst.
And to the modern warriors who were lucky enough to return with sound minds and bodies, ready to go to work and build new lives,
to find there are no jobs and many of their homes have been taken from their families due to greed at the highest levels.
I say to you… pray with us at THEI as we hope that those of us who have remained in the Homeland wake up soon and have the courage and guts to reclaim those rights and freedoms as seen by our forefathers that are being shredded under Executive orders and secret society deals every day.
At any rate, America’s Heroes one and all, today is YOUR DAY. Relax and enjoy yourselves .. you gals and guys deserve it.
We salute you and AIRBORNE!
Sept. 1, 2012
Canned beer makes its debut on this day in 1935. In partnership with the American Can Company, the Gottfried Krueger Brewing Company delivered 2,000 cans of Krueger’s Finest Beer and Krueger’s Cream Ale to faithful Krueger drinkers in Richmond, Virginia. Ninety-one percent of the drinkers approved of the canned beer, driving Krueger to give the green light to further production.
By the late 19th century, cans were instrumental in the mass distribution of foodstuffs, but it wasn’t until 1909 that the American Can Company made its first attempt to can beer. This was unsuccessful, and the American Can Company would have to wait for the end of Prohibition in the United States before it tried again. Finally in 1933, after two years of research, American Can developed a can that was pressurized and had a special coating to prevent the fizzy beer from chemically reacting with the tin. . . . Read Complete Report
Uploaded by urllybird on May 11, 2011
Beer canning machine video